AS/400 Finding a user id

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AS/400 user profiles
AS/400 user sessions
We have a system that does trip planning but the user that is assigned to the file is the fleet manager but if multiple users make changes all we have is the workstation id but not the user that was signed on. Is there a way to find what user was signed on to that workstation when the change occured we do have the time the chage took place. Thanks

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Hi Braz

Yes – provided you are journaling the file and it’s a good idea to journal the file.
The journalled entry includes the user.
TAATOOL contains programs to extract the journaled data into a file.

Phil

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  • Braz
    Thanks Philpl1jb
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  • LBurkett99
    You can get the user ID from the history log. Use DSPLOG and filter for mesage ID CPF1164, as well as an appropriate date and time. If you need to do this in a program, you can create file from printed output and go from there.
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  • LBurkett99
    I should have said to filter on job name = workstation ID. Filtering on the message ID if you want to limit the number of messages displayed/printed.
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